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Aloha Nasal Pillow System

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Aloha Nasal Pillow System

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Aloha

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On sale$69.99

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The Aloha Nasal Pillows System is the next evolution in the design of the nasal pillow interface. Not only is this device extremely lightweight and quiet,but it offers an incredibly stable and comfortable seal.

The unique ball-and-swivel joint, along with a hose swivel, adapts to the most active of sleepers ™ all with minimal contact to the user's face.

The Aloha features a unique and exclusive system that allows the end-user to adjust the angle and depth of the nasal pillows ™ improving comfort and seal while minimizing potential discomfort.

Performance Features:

  • Ball-and-swivel joint minimizes torque and pull to accommodate various sleeping positions
  • Exclusive Arced-Track™ technology allows the angle of the pillow reservoir to be adjusted for a more customized and natural fit
  • CPAP hose can be routed over the head or worn down the chest
  • Wide-set headgear provides limited points of contact on the face and no interference with the eyes
  • Angled exhalation ports minimize potential disruption or discomfort for the user or bed partner
  • Minimalistic headgear made of soft, pliable, and breathable material

Design Features:

  • Latex-Free
  • Four-Point adjustable headgear
  • Removable and ultra-soft micro-fleece headgear wraps
  • Simple to assemble and dissemble ™ one piece reservoir design
  • Supple, soft and stable nasal inserts
  • Tubing Ring to secure hose, when routed over-the-head to headgear
  • Headgear wraps included to maximize comfort

What's in the Box

  • Aloha Nasal Pillows System
  • Three nasal pillows sizes small, medium, & large
  • Printed instructions
5 Stars
Mr
Great mask!
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Reviewed by:  from Birmingham, AL. on 2/14/2017
5
5 Stars
perfect fit
This is the most comfortable mask I have ever tried.
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Reviewed by:  from Bullhead City. on 11/22/2016
5
5 Stars
Wish I Had Known About This Product Sooner
I had used a nasal pillow system held in place by a mouthpiece to avoid having strap marks on my face when I went to work. Over the years, it caused my teeth to shift so much that I now need braces to correct my bite. I did some research and found the Aloha,and I am a fan for life! It stays in place, there is no air leakage, and best of all NO STRAP MARKS due to the soft wraps that cover it. I wish I had found this product years ago. Please don't stop making it!!
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Reviewed by:  from East Texas, USA. on 10/11/2015
5
5 Stars
Great for people who wear glasses
It stays put and doesn't leak. It doesn't obstruct your view and glasses slide easily under the frame.
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Reviewed by:  from AR. on 8/29/2015
5
1 Stars
No ahhh Aloha
I bought this earlier this year. It seems too large for a women's smaller head. It is flimsy. I did like the fleece covering. On the whole, I wouldn't recommend it for a female. It may fit a male better. I definitely would not buy it again.
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Reviewed by:  from Rapid City, SD. on 9/4/2014
1
5 Stars
Review
Item is good, but my mouth gets to dry *** BestCPAPprice replies: If your mouth is getting dry with a nasal pillows system, your mouth is probably coming open during the night and you are mouth breathing. Try a chin strap to hold your mouth dry, or you may have to switch to a full face mask.
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Reviewed by:  from Ricmond Texas. on 8/4/2014
5
5 Stars
Aloha nasal pillow-Very Good!
I was some what skeptical about this system but after using it for more than a week I found it great. It is much better than my last equipment. It seals better. Much less pressure on my nose. Overall I think my sleep has improved with this equipment. Thank you Tom for your recommendation and I really appreciate all your help and GREAT PRICES
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Carmel Indiana. on 12/5/2013
5
5 Stars
Great pillow system
I've been using the ResMed Swift FX for years and this is the best mask I've ever used. Somehow the configuratiuon firmly but comfortably places AND LEAVES the pillows exactly where they should be and there's less leaking than I've ever experienced, even during rollover. Can't say enough about this system and I urge all to give it a try.
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Reviewed by:  from Boston, MA. on 7/26/2013
5
4 Stars
Mr
Very light, better than Resmed Comfort Gel and Swift LT. Takes a little bit to adjust properly, just like any device that has four adjustable straps.
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Reviewed by:  from Brick, NJ. on 12/11/2012
4
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Entrepreneur
Aloha Nasal Pillow has allowed me to alternate with a full face mask. Outstanding comfort, lightweight and allows side sleeping.
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Reviewed by:  from Yosemite. on 11/19/2012
5
3 Stars
Aloha Nasal Pillow System
This nasal pillow system fits my nose and head well so that it doesn't slip during the night. It's pretty quiet but does have a strong air outflow which bothers my husband when I face him and am closer than about 12 inches. I've used this pillow only for 10 days but so far it's been nice to have a lighter and smaller mask than my old nasal mask.
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Reviewed by:  from NC. on 10/29/2012
3
5 Stars
mr
I have been using the ResMed Mirage Swift II for over 4 years now and I saw the Aloha Nasal Pillow system on your web site it looked pretty good and when I saw the price I thought I would give it a try and it's about a week and a half now I have to say it has been very good so far light and comfortable
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Reviewed by:  from New York. on 10/18/2012
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Compare RespCare Aloha Nasal Pillow Mask to ResMed Swift LT
I have been using CPAP for over 15 years. First the improvements: Quieter and less leaks than the Swift LT. The swivel air hose allows the air hose to stay away from the face. The top Velcro strap helped prevented leaks. There are two positions on the frame for the top strap. It comes in the forward position which is most comfortable for me. Almost all of the positions of sleep were comfortable. The unused position of the headgear can be used for the bottom half of the Halo chin strap. Now the drawbacks: You need to get used to putting the headgear on. Nose in first and hold it with one hand. Back strap next with the other hand over the back of the head. You can then attach the hose to the hose on the CPAP machine. Lastly put the tubing up to the Velcro holder at the top off the mask. Avoid going out of order. You must become proficient in putting it on or you will be frustrated. Getting it off is by flipping the back strap up towards the crown of the head. Second drawback: the Velcro hose guide for the top strap that holds the tubing is flimsy. It can break in use. If it does, you can use the hose guide from the Swift LT. You can also order the Velcro Tube Retainer for Swift LT for $4 which is less flimsy than the Aloha and fits it well. Use with a Halo chin strap: The top peace of the Hallo is discarded and the Velcro of the bottom piece fits well into the frame of the Aloha Mask on either side. Getting this on is tricky. It requires that you flip the bottom of the chin strap over the front of the nasal pillows. After the back strap is in place, you can pull the chin strap down over the chin and into place. DO NOT use the top of the Halo chin strap. It will put pressure on the headgear and make the nasal pillows leak or become excessively uncomfortable. This will especially occur if it is inside the headgear. Care of the nasal pillows: The nasal pillow detaches from the swivel portion of the hose, and requires finesse the first time. After you get used to it, this comes off easily. You should wash at least every other day with mild soap and no alcohol. Most liquid soaps contain alcohol. Cheapest Aloha Headgear is $84.95 and cheapest Halo chin strap is $16.50 (plus $3 shipping if by itself). Ask and the price will be matched.
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Reviewed by:  from Tampa Florida. on 10/4/2012
5
5 Stars
Best Nasal Pillows
These are the best nasal pillows by far! I have tried 3 other types and these fit snug without irritating my septum.
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Reviewed by:  from California. on 9/16/2012
5
5 Stars
Mr.
The Aloha nasal pillow system is very comfortable and much better than the GoLife. Occasional still getting the Darth Vader breathing noise but I do not think it is from the Aloha.
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Reviewed by:  from Cooper City, Florida. on 5/29/2012
5
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